WINCHESTER pop star Andy Burrows is set to give a cash windfall to Naomi House hospice.

The Razorlight drummer, pictured, is auctioning a vintage drumkit on which he recorded the band's multi-million selling second album.

The sparkling-green Ludwig kit, will be auctioned on eBay to raise funds for the hospice's Jack's Place appeal. The auction runs until May 26.

The hospice at Sutton Scotney near Winchester is raising £12m to pay for the extension for older children and young adults.

Andy is launching his debut solo record, The Colour of My Dreams, at the hospice on Friday.

The album was written and recorded at home by Andy, and was conceived during a break in Razorlight activity when the drummer stumbled across a book of poems by an old family friend and began setting them to music.